Red Mod Medical Terminology

Red Mod Medical Terminology - Term Definition a or an...

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Term: a or an- Definition: without, not Term: ab- Definition: away from Term: abnormal condition Definition: -osis, -iasis Term: Above, upon Definition: epi Term: ACTH Definition: adrenocorticotropic stimulating hormone
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Term: ad- Definition: toward Term: adrenal glands Definition: adrenal/o, adren/o Term: ADL Definition: activities of daily living Term: after Definition: post- Term: against Definition: anti
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Term: all, every, entire Definition: pan- Term: andr/o Definition: male Term: ante Definition: before; in front of Term: anti- Definition: against Term: away Definition: ab-
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Term: before Definition: ante- Term: between Definition: inter- Term: bi Definition: two Term: black Definition: anthrac/o, melan/o Term: blood condition Definition: calcium-emia
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Term: blue Definition: cyan/o Term: body Definition: corp/o, corpor/o, somat/o Term: calcium Definition: calc/o Term: cell Definition: -cyte, cyt/o Term: change Definition: meta-
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Term: chlor/o Definition: green Term: colour Definition: chlor/o Term: condition of Definition: -esis, -ia, -ism Term: cortic/o Definition: cortex Term: crin/o Definition: secrete
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Term: -crine Definition: secrete Term: cyan/o Definition: blue Term: difficult Definition: dys- Term: -dipsia Definition: thirst Term: dys- Definition: bad; painful; difficult
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Term: eating, swallowing Definition: phag/o, phagia Term: -ectomy Definition: excision, removal Term: -emia Definition: blood condition Term: enlargement Definition: mega-, megal/o, -megaly Term: entire, all Definition: pan-
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